Don't let the exterior of this hotel with 396 rooms fool you. The property may stand on the site of the Munich Post Office and does have a 19th-century look, but the hotel has enough technology built into it to fascinate the most demanding gadget lover! One can browse the net using Wi-fi in the minimalist yet comfortable rooms, or head down to the solarium instead of catching the afternoon sun. But it's not just the gadget geeks the hotel caters to. The fitness center and the sauna are a big hit with all the visitors and so is the heated pool. Gourmet lovers can enjoy the food at one of the restaurants or enjoy a party at the discotheque. The Sofitel Munich Bayerpost also caters to the business fraternity and offers a self-service business center and multiple conference rooms.
A blend of contemporary decor with traditional Bavarian architecture that exudes elegance is what Hotel München Palace offers its residents. Nestled in Munich's Bogenhausen district, this hotel houses 67 rooms and 7 suites, each splendidly furnished to offer guests a comfortably stay. The single, deluxe and classic rooms are covered in pastel shades with amenities like a furnished bathroom, safe deposit and a minibar; while, the suites, offering even more facilities, offer a luxurious abode. The restaurant and bar on site, offer sumptuous meals to please your taste buds as well as your bellies. Shed those extra pounds at the gym or while relaxing in the sauna.
A 3-minute walk from Munich Central Station, this grand hotel offers free use of the spa area. Its elegant rooms feature a four-poster bed, Nespresso coffee machine and a flat-screen TV. There is free WiFi access available. The 4-star King’s Hotel First Class serves a large breakfast buffet in its breakfast room with wooden panelling. Guests can enjoy drinks beside the open fire in the spacious lobby. The Relaxanum Spa features a Finnish sauna and a peaceful relaxation room with music. Each room at the King’s Hotel is air-conditioned and includes an iPod docking station, a floor-to-ceiling window and quality wooden furniture. The modern bathrooms are fitted with heated towel rails. Guests are within 500 metres of restaurants, bars and public transport services. There are direct trains to the Theresienwiese (site of the Oktoberfest), Marienplatz Square and Munich Airport.
While backpacking through Munich, Euro Youth Hotel Munich will offer you a comfortable resting place at reasonable rates. This building was formerly Hotel Astoria, a luxury hotel from the 1880s. In 1998, this structure was remodeled to house Euro Youth Hotel Munich. The rooms are spacious and airy with cozy beds. The rooms are furnished with a working space and a fully equipped bathroom. Television and wi-fi facilities are available for your entertainment. Guests are also welcome to unwind at the bar located within the hotel.
A gem in the Design Hotel group, Louis Hotel stands proudly in the heart of the busy Viktualienmarkt, in Munich's city center. The hotel houses 72 rooms, each elegantly designed to offer comfort in its chic ambiance. The rooms are spacious with minimalistic decor but replete with essential amenities and facilities like television and internet for entertainment. The immaculately maintained cozy bed will ensure that you get a refreshing sleep. Dine at the Emiko Restaurant & Bar on site, which delights guests with tantalizing flavors of Japanese cuisine.
Located right opposite the main station, this well-established Eden Hotel Wolff is far from quiet, but it does benefit from being situated in the heart of the city. Family-run since the beginning of the last century, the current owners, now the third generation, have renovated the hotel and modernized its facilities. All rooms come with modern amenities and are spacious and elegantly furnished. The Zirbelstube restaurant offers good quality Bavarian and world cuisine and the bar has a warm fireplace to brighten spirits in Winter.